NORTH ANDOVER, Mass. -- Josh Williams hit 5 of 7 3-pointers and scored 17 points and Robert Morris defeated Merrimack 69-58 on Saturday.
Merrimack was within five with less than three minutes to play before Bramah's layup made it 59-52 at the 2:53 mark. The Warriors made just one of two free throws before Williams nailed a 3-pointer. Next it was Hawkins with a layup before Williams 3-pointer made it 67-53.
Merrimack was limited to 3 of 4 free throws over the final 3:30 before a 3-pointer with nine seconds left. The Warriors had two turnovers in that dry spell.
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